Dedicate a tree in Jutland Wood and say thank you forever

Join our most exciting and ambitious woodland creation project ever and say thank you to all those who served their country during the First World War.

As the years pass, memories fade. To commemorate the centenary of the First World War and pay tribute to all those who fought to defend their country at sea we will plant more than a million new native trees and create four new Centenary Woods – one for each nation of the UK.

At our Centenary Wood for England we are creating an even more special place.

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Standing quietly among the trees in Langley Vale Wood, Surrey, will be a grove of saplings planted to honour those who lost their lives at the Battle of Jutland.

Jutland Wood’s 6,097 trees and poignant interpretation will commemorate the 6,097 naval personnel from the Grand Fleet who died over two days in 1916 and ensure every name lives on.

Dedicate a tree at Jutland Wood and help keep their memories alive.

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